Nothing much to say here, the topic says it all. I just think that some courses in the career path are worthy enough to have a certificate of it’s own. not sure if people agree
Do you have examples?
To be honest, I don’t think it’s necessary.
That’s just my opinion though!
Welcome to the forums, @wujikwan12! Also, @dannygdev! I think what I’m hearing @wujikwan12 say is, for example, they want a certificate for the Learn HTML course once they complete that portion of it in the Web Dev Path, as opposed to sections of a course (e.g. HTML Forms).
yea exactly that, but as much as the content might be worthy enough i think a challenging exercises concluding the lessons we’ve learned would make it even better.
Hmm. We do offer a lot of challenge projects so that you can test your skills at the end of a module or course. Have you seen those? Here’s a list of them:
I think that feature is already up on the site.
For instance, I finished my Computer Science Path in which I completed courses like Learn Sorting Algorithms, Learn Data Structures, etc. And all those certificates are already available on my profile.
@wujikwan12 if certificate is appropriate for any section, then it is added to your profile as soon as you complete it in the career path. No need to worry about that.
BTW, welcome to the forums, you posted for the first time. Hope to see you soon again!
There no certificate appearing to my profile, how can I address this. I already contact the codecademy. I’m taking DS career Path and I already at Data Viz but there are no certificates yet in my profile. I already clicked the ‘complete’ in the course path and clicked the view certificate but it does not appear in my profile.
I believe that, as of right now, you will only receive one certificate for completing a career or skill path. You won’t receive certificates for any courses you completed inside those paths.
Can you confirm this @lilybird?
That’s correct, @victoria_dr
So when you just take the course first which is part of a career path, you’ll get a certificate? instead of choosing the career path first, you must enroll in a course that is related to your career path to get a certificate?
It seems like so. This is one way to get the certificates for each course.
I’m not completely sure about this; I’ve never tried it.
I found a workaround though: after you’ve completed a course on the career path, simply go to the course’s syllabus; click on any lesson, quiz, or project; complete that module; and you’ll receive the certificate.
“I found a workaround though: after you’ve completed a course on the career path, simply go to the course’s syllabus; click on any lesson, quiz, or project; complete that module; and you’ll receive the certificate.”
I already did this but there are still no certificates.
Hello Ms. lily, Is there anything I need to contact to make my certificates appear in my profile?
I don’t know if it’s some technical issue or what but I am able to see all the certificate of courses which are completed in career path at my profile page.
Certificates can take up to 72 hours to appear. If, after that time period, your certificate still does not appear, you can submit a ticket to Codecademy Customer Support here.